A picture taken as one of 73 migrants disembarks the MSF-run ship Geo Barents in the port of Ancona on January 12 | Photo: @MSF_Sea Twitter feed
A new chapter begins for the migrants leaving the Ocean Viking - as the NGO rescue vessel prepares to embark on its next mission | Photo: Frey Lindsay
Workers of MSF on board of the Geo Barents, the search and rescue vessel of Médecins Sans Frontières, while assisting 73 people, including 16 unaccompanied minors, who were traveling on an unstable and overcrowded dinghy. The ship is excpected to dock soon in Ancona | Photo: ANSA/MSF
The Geo Barents rescue ship, operated by Doctors Without Borders (MSF) | Photo: ANSA/MSF
From file: Migrants rescued in the Mediterranean Sea off Libya by the crew of the Ocean Viking rescue vessel on October 25, 2022 | Photo: Vincenzo Circosta/Anadolu
A view of the Polish-Belarusian border near Chworosciany village, north-eastern Poland | Photo: ARCHIVE/ARTUR RESZKO/POLAND OUT
The number of deaths recorded in the eastern Aegan sea has more than tripled since last year | Photo : Z. Balogh / dpa picture alliance
Archive: Ship Geo Barents, with 248 migrants on board, arrives at Salerno's harbour, Italy, 11 December 2022 | Photo: ANSA/MASSIMO PICA
From file: More migrants arrive in Lampedusa, this time in November 2020 | Photo : ANSA
Baby Ali* was born on board the Geo Barents after the stress of the journey and rescue triggered his mother Fatima's labor | Source: @MSF_Sea Twitter
Patients in the waiting area outside the MSF mobile clinic in the Closed Control Access Center in Zervou, Samos, Greece | Photo: MSF/Evgenia Chorou
Migrants hold protest signs as they wait for permission to disembark from the Geo Barents, docked in the port of Catania, on November 8, 2022. They were finally allowed to disembark later that day. | Photo: ANSA/Orietta Scardino